Indian forces ransacked houses in Shopian, woman succumbs bullet injuries

February 23, 2017Srinagar: The locals of Mullu Chitragam, in Shopian district Thursday said that Indian army of ransacking their properties and arresting four civilians . Locals said that soon after the attack on Indian forces,  Indian army soldiers and SOG men barged into their houses and ransacked properties.

Free speech in Indian universities under threat: Amnesty

New Delhi, Feb 23 : Clashes at Ramjas College in New Delhi illustrate the growing threat to freedom of expression on Indian university campuses, Amnesty International India said on Wednesday. Hindu extremist  Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad beat up and injured 20 Kashmiri students  including Burhan Querishi studying in JNU New Delhi India  when they were attending a seminar at Ramjash College Delhi.

Brutalities in Kashmir :Pellets destroyd a family : 27-year-old BA final year student Ashraf Wani lay in coma from a bullet injured for 15 days, his eye was destroyed with pellets

January 18, 2017 PULWAMA:  On August 24, 2016 when Indian forces  directly opened fire at a pro-freedom rally in Prichoo Pulwama, one of the bullets hit 27-year-old  BA final year student   Muhammad Ashraf Wani in his back. The bullet penetrated into his chest and ruptured some of his internal organs.

Pellets leave Pulwama siblings blind in one eye,Victims’ kin refuse to accept Rs 500,000 as compensation

Srinagar, January 08, 2017: Riyaz Ahmad Butt lived a comfortable life in the multi-storey house he owned in Karimabad village in Pulwama.A fruit grower and trader, he tried to provide the best education to his two teenage sons, Asif and Adil. But for the past four months the only concern he has is for the blinded eyes of both his sons.

Over 90 protesters killed in Kashmir crackdown in 2016: HRW report

New York, January 14 : The New York-based global watchdog, Human Rights Watch, in its ‘World Report 2017’ has said that over 90 people were killed and hundreds other injured in Kashmir during the crackdown launched on protesters after the killing of Burhan Wani and two other members of Hizbul Mujahideen in 8 July 2016. The number of the killed is much higher than what has been mentioned in the report.

7,000 youth detained in 4 months last year, 2016 from July 8 to October in Kashmir valley

Srinagar, January 13, 2017:  more than 7000 youth were detained from July to October last year, police officials said. A senior police officer in a media interview in Srinagar admitted that over 7000 youth were detained from July 8 to October 31, 2016.

7,000 youth detained in 4 months last year, 2016 from July 8 to October in Kashmir valley

Srinagar, January 13, 2017:  more than 7000 youth were detained from July to October last year, police officials said. A senior police officer in a media interview in Srinagar admitted that over 7000 youth were detained from July 8 to October 31, 2016.

Photojournalists say Indian forces told us ‘leave or get blinded’ in Srinagar

Srinagar, January 13, 2017:  Many photojournalists working for local media organizations have said that Indian paramilitary personnel Central Reserve Police Force and police personnel abused and threatened them in Nowhatta area of Srinagar while they were performing their professional duties. A photojournalist on the condition of anonymity as he fears reprisals said, “A policeman holding a pellet gun shouted at us ‘tuih chivva yecchaan aen gacchin’ (do you want to get blinded)’.

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh attacked Muslims in Kathua in Jammu region, Muslims in Jammu region are living under the stigma of fear psychosis for the last 70 years

Srinagar, Jan 13: Muslims residing in Hari Chek village of Tehsil Mahreen in Kathua district of Jammu region were assaulted and fired upon by the Hindu zealot Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) workers led by a local Sarpanch for slaughtering a cow in the village.Muslim Shoora Committee in Kishtwar area of Jammu also held a protest  led by Imam Jamia Masjid Kishtwar, Farooq Ahmed Kitchloo against attacks on the Muslims in Kathua. All but 10 houses of Muslims are located in the village and when according to eyewitnesses Hindu extremist Rashtriy

Multiple surgeries fail to restore their vision,157 patients cannot regain normal, said Dr. Natrajan

Srinagar, Dec 23,2016: The SMHS Hospital ward in Srinagar  which remained packed with patients during the past five months of Mass uprising was now witnessing again rush of patients now. Multiple surgeries are failing to restore the vision of many pellet-hit youth yet the ophthalmological ward at SMHS hospital is again witnessing patient rush.

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